Engineering production of antihypertensive peptides in plants

@article{RosalesMendoza2012EngineeringPO,
  title={Engineering production of antihypertensive peptides in plants},
  author={Sergio Rosales-Mendoza and Luz Mar{\'i}a Teresita Paz-Maldonado and Dania O. Govea-Alonso and Schuyler S. Korban},
  journal={Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture (PCTOC)},
  year={2012},
  volume={112},
  pages={159-169}
}
To date, a number of antihypertensive peptides (AHPs) have been identified. Most of these are derived from proteins present in common edible consumables, including milk, egg, and plant foods. Consumption of these foods serves as means of AHP delivery and thus contributing favorable health benefits. It is hypothesized that food crops, either over-expressing AHP precursor proteins or producing particular peptides as heterologous components, may serve as viable vehicles for production and delivery… CONTINUE READING
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